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ELPS 101

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ELPS 101
Part Two
Good morning
...
Today
...
Open your books to page
one
...
top
...
page
...
Today's
...
book
...
math
...
two
...
book
...
rectangle
...
two circles
...
Good morning, class. Today
we are going to study
...
It's difficult
...
going to need
everyone's
...
Open your books
to page one hundred
...
top of
the page
...
Today's lesson
...
your book, in math
...
two
...
cylinder
...
book
...
rectangle
and two circles
...
cylinder.
Good morning, class. Today we are
going to study something brand new.
It's difficult, so I'm going to need
everyone's
...
attention. Open your
books to page one hundred seventy-two.
At the top of the page is the word "net."
Today's lesson is about net. As it says
in the definition in your book, in math,
net is a two-dimensional model.
The
net
of a cylinder is shown in
your textbook. Does everyone see
the rectangle and two circles? That's
the net of the cylinder.
Good morning, class. Today we are going to study something brand new. It's difficult, so I'm going to need everyone's undivided attention. Open your books to page one hundred seventy-two. At the top of the page is the word "net." Today's lesson is about net. As it says in the definition in your book, in math, net is a two-dimensional model. The net of a cylinder is shown in your textbook. Does everyone see the rectangle and two circles? That's the net of the cylinder.
What do ELL's really hear?
Beginning
Intermediate
Is it important to know
what Proficiency Level each
of my students are at?
YES!!!
But why?
Knowing the proficiency level of your students helps keep the end in mind (students need to have
at least 1 years growth by end of the school year
)
.

Beginning to Intermediate
Intermediate to Advanced
Advanced to Advanced High
Advanced High to Exit the Program
Implementing the ELPS
What do ELL's really hear
and understand when you
teach?
Let's listen to an example of a teacher
talking and see what different ELLs in
her class truly hear and comprehend.
ELL
English
Language
Learner
ELPS
English
Language
Proficiency
Standards

PLD
Proficiency
Level
Descriptors
TELPAS
Texas
English
Language
Proficiency
Assessment
System
LAT
Linguistically
Accommodated
Testing
LEP
Limited
English
Proficient
ELAR
English
Language
Arts and
Reading
HOTS
Higher
Order
Thinking
Skills
Acronyms
Advanced High
Defining ELPS
Slides originate from ELPS Module Training PowerPoint
Sources Cited in the ELPS Modules
Brechtel, M. (2001). Bringing It All Together : Language and Literacy in the Multilingual Classroom. Carlsbad, CA: Dominie Press.
Education Service Center Region XIII. (2008). English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS) Toolkit. Austin, TX: Author.
Seidlitz, J. (2008). Navigating the ELPS: Using the New Standards to Improve Instruction for English Learners. San Antonio, TX: Canter Press.
Additional Resources
English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS):
http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/curriculum/biling/elps.html
TELPAS PLDs (Proficiency Level Descriptors):
http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/ELL/TELPAS-PLDs.pdf
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